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My "early girls" off to a great start

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I've tried many varieties over the years, and i have the best luck with early girl hybrids.

I will update the pics as they grow, if they produce like last year i will have a bumper crop!

I have eliminated the "squirrel" problem so without any unforeseen disease it should be a great year.

I also need to get out the weed wacker!








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Looking goodicon14.gif

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Nice looking plants.  If it were here in my neighborhood, they'd need raingear and life preservers for the cold rains we have this year.

post #4 of 7

Looks great


post #5 of 7

Looks real good. I am still pulling maters off my Cherry Bush one that we planted to get us thru Winter. Stayed in a pot till spring, then into the garden. She survived the transplant and is really setting some fruits. Got two or three other types of maters in the ground now too.


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Kenneth REMEMBER your friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love me a good mater sandwich.

I have your number!drool.gif

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It's been 2 weeks and the girls are doing fine.

It wont be long Tim, and we'll have all the maters we want!




Look Tim,Baby maters!





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